District judge

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one who presides over a district court.

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Booth, of Vivian Street, Hafod, Swansea, pleaded guilty to assaulting a Pc when he appeared before district judge David Parsons, sitting at the magistrates' court.
However, the appeals judges said that while the district judge in Hawaii cannot "clarify" what the Supreme Court meant by "bona fide relationship," he does have the authority to "interpret" the Supreme Court decision, a distinction that may be lost on most lay people but which had lawyers nodding politely.
He appeared before the same district judge via a video link from a young offenders' institution where he admitted a charge of escaping lawful custody.
Yesterday, District Judge Amanda Henderson told Belfast Magistrates' Court she had made a decision and would inform the defendant tomorrow.
Davies appeared before District Judge Steve Harmes sitting at Swansea Magistrates' Court yesterday morning in a preliminary hearing at which legal arguments were heard.
District Judge Harmes said: "When you embarked on this fraudulent activity you would have known what you were doing.
District Judge Michael Fanning sentenced Rehmen to a community order including treatment as directed by his doctor.
District Judge, Northern District of Florida (one vacancy)
Ms Markland is one of 11 deputy district judges appointed in the region by the Lord Chief Justice.
District Judge Gwyn Jones, who remarked that she was "a lady of some considerable years", added: "I regret I'm going to issue a warrant.
District Judge and Recorder Bullock worked in courts in the North Eastern Circuit.
The JCIO spokesman said: "Three judges - District Judge Timothy Bowles; Immigration Judge Warren Grant; and Deputy District Judge and Recorder Peter Bullock - have been removed from judicial office following an investigation into an allegation that they viewed pornographic material on judicial IT equipment in their offices.

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